I don't agree with some of what is in here, but for the stats on the social collapse and genocide under the neoliberal "reforms" it is very useful.
Genocide: Russia and the New World Order
(October 1993-August 1998)
A Strategy for Economic Growth on the Threshold of the 21st Century
TRANSLATED FROM THE RUSSIAN BY
RACHEL B. DOUGLAS
"The rate of annual population loss has been more tha double the rate of loss during the period of Stalinist repression and mass famine in the first half of the 1930s... There has been nothing like this in the thousand-year history of Russia."
Sergei Glazyev on Russia in the 1990s Minister of Foreign Economic Relations in Boris Yeltsin's first cabinet, the only member of the Russian government to resign in protest of the abolition of the
Parliament and the Constitution in 1993, Doctor of Economics Sergei Glazyev looks at post-Soviet policy in Russia from a unique vantage-point. He is confident that Russia can recover, but only if the "reform" policies of the 1990s are rejected as the instrument of national catastrophe that they have been. Glazyev's book is must reading for an understanding of what went wrong, and what was wrong from the outset, after the Soviet Union broke up.